German metal queen Doro Pesch has released the official music video for the song “It Cuts So Deep”. The track is taken from Doro‘s new album, “Forever Warriors, Forever United”, which is being released today (Friday, August 17) via Nuclear Blast.
Sauys Doro: “I wrote this together with David Bryant because I love doing ballads with a keyboardist and pianos. And he is renowned! It’s a very sensitive song and I think it’s one of my finest ballads.
“We have toured very intensively over the past few years, gathering so many impressions along the way and meeting so many great people. That really inspired me. The songs and ideas literally flooded our minds and this also didn’t stop in the studio. From over 50 song ideas, we quickly had 14 songs for an album, then suddenly 20 and in the end it was 24.”
“Forever United” takes a more sentimental turn, with lyrical topics covering friendship, love and companionship. Highlights include Doro‘s tribute to the late and great Lemmy.
With “Forever Warriors, Forever United”, Doro presents two new records, featuring 19 regular tracks and six bonus songs.
This unique songwriting marathon was based on “Living Life To The Fullest” back in January 2016. Says Doro: “I was flying to Lemmy‘s funeral when the track’s melody and lyrics suddenly came to mind. Lemmy was always very important to me. Everything went quickly from this point. As soon as a song was constructed, I headed to the studio — between all those shows and tours — to capture the freshness and live energy of the new tracks.”
The album cover artwork was once again created by Doro‘s favorite artist, Geoffrey Gillespie. It portrays Doro in the middle of a swarm of wild metal heads exuding attitude, power and positive vibes.
“The cover and the title form a perfect unit,” Doro explains, “Just as it should be. It all fits perfectly in line with the songs, which also deal with some political themes.”
The long-awaited follow-up to 2012’s “Raise Your Fist” is the German singer’s first release since 2016’s “Love’s Gone To Hell” single.
Last year, Pesch celebrated the 30th anniversary of WARLOCK‘s “Triumph And Agony” album by performing the LP in its entirety at select shows around the globe.